A third single sidles out of the debut from Manchester four-piece Sumos this week. The song’s strung on a sizable jangle, coming in as clear and catchy as anything in the band’s bag. The song sparkles with life despite a darker lyrical undercurrent that deals with the social conflict that permeates society, social media, and the hearts and habits of the public of late. Despite the poison in songwriter Joel Sloan’s pen, the song soars on a buzzing riff that bursts through the speakers in a splash of color. The new album, Surfacing, is out May 12th from Meritorio and Safe Suburban Home.
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